Co-ownership of property in Wisconsin, like many states, is common. But the forms of co-ownership differ greatly from state to state, and the legal implications of each type of property ownership vary, especially upon a co-owner’s death.
The real estate lawyers at Sigman, Janssen, Sewall, Pitz & Hodgkiss are familiar with co-ownership laws in Wisconsin, and we want to protect your investment. Find out how we can help by calling (800) 775-1441 or by completing a free initial consultation form.
There are two primary forms of property ownership, including joint tenancy and tenancy-in-common:
Joint tenancy and tenancy-in-common laws can be hard to navigate without experienced legal help. But the real estate lawyers at Sigman Janssen can help you determine who is authorized to the title when a property owner dies.
Our legal team also is available to assist when co-owners are titling property. It’s important that co-owners make property titles consistent with their wishes at the time of purchase and consistent with their estate planning preferences.
Our priority is protecting the best interests of you and your business. Contact the real estate legal team at Sigman Janssen today. We’re here to help.